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Oct 28, 2012 8:00am EDT
economy, which would make it vulnerable to the problems of the rest of europe. she is a jurenlist for a russian newspaper. in 2010 irina and her husband, a former presidential candidate, were jailed for organizing process. their son was 3 at the time. authorities threatened to take him away. international pressure got irina out of jail and under house arrest. >> today she is allowed to leave the house, but not the city. police visit regularly often in the middle of the night and she has another trial pending. >> one of our journalists, irina, has been arrested, and she's in this country. she can't leave the cub. i can vouch for her personally. i know she's not a criminal. can i ask why she's not even allowed to go and see a doctor in moscow? >> the president looks surprised. isn't she out of the country already, he turns on his aides. no problems, he says, send her to moscow with evgeny tonight. then minutes later, a memo arrives. it isn't such a bad thing, mr. la schenk jokes. there you go, and don't bother bringing her back. >> late in the day irina gets the news. she's grateful, bu
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